<p>" Big fan of food, not gonna lie.</p>
<p>Haha same. Are there many off-campus but near-by places to eat?</p>
<p>There is quite a bit of variety (Ledyard, Dirt Cowboy, Molly's, Murphy's, The Orient, Jewel of India, Mai Thai) for off-campus places. On campus the food is pretty decent, and after breaks you actually hear people talking about how they missed Collis or FoCo (food court).</p>
<p>According to my College Prowlah book, campus dining gets a B, and off-campus dining gets a C-.</p>
<p>How are the fast food options like McDonalds and Burger King?</p>
<p>Kristina: what schools got an A?</p>
<p>Campus food is pretty good. The dining hall hours are amazing (open until or 2 AM). Off campus food is decent. Fast food like McDonalds and such are plentiful in West Leb</p>
<p>TheU.com puts food/housing at "Very Good," borderline "Five Star."
<p>CampusDirt.com says the on-campus food is "Great Stuff."
<p>hmmm when i went to dartmouth i was heart broken because there wasn't any mcdonalds near...and collis is insanely packed during lunch so it takes strategic planning to eat in the good halls.</p>
<p>Uhhhhh.... if you want fast food...then sry Dartmouth dining isn't for you. McDonald's, Taco Bell, BK, are all nonexistent, except maybe in the nearby town of West Leb. As for the restaurants, I'd say there's a fair variety (tho to be honest, the Chinese can really improve) but the restaurants are really very nice and good too. Campus dining is just incredible. Trust me.</p>
<p>Procrastination, I don't know. The book is only about Dartmouth. The things Dartmouth got As in were academics, safety & security (A+), computers, guys (A-), and Greek life.</p>